Levenhuk D320L 3.1M Digital Monocular Microscope
Professional digital laboratory microscope Levenhuk D320L Digital Microscope is a digital microscope that is ideal for biological studies and laboratory researches such as biochemical, pathologo-anatomic, hematologic, cytologic, urologic, dermatologic, biologic, and general clinical researches. The microscope operates in bright field mode using transmitted light. It's a good choice for small labs, medical schools and colleges due to its relatively low cost. The model features immersion, Abbe condenser, four objectives and two eyepieces, adjustable brightness and sharpness, moving stage; coarse- and fine-adjustment screws. Connect a microscope with a camera to a computer and you will be able to take a picture of a certain object and then save the image and continue working on it on your PC. The kit includes: - Microscope - Levenhuk C310 Digital Camera - 4 Objectives: 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x - 2 Eyepieces: WF 10x, WF 16x - 1.25 Abbe condenser - Immersion oil - Levenhuk ToupView software - USB cable - Power cable - User manual and lifetime warranty Specifications: Magnification, x: 40-1600 Head: monocular Objectives: 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x Eyepieces: WF 10x, WF 16x Revolving nosepiece: 4 objectives Condenser: Abbe N.A. 1.25 with iris diaphragm Illumination: halogen lamp 20W (110V) Power supply: 110V power cable Focus: coaxial with coarse and fine adjustment Weight, lbs: 6.6 Levenhuk C310 Digital Camera: Maximal resolution: 2048x1536 Megapixels: 3 Sensor: 1/2" CMOS Pixel size: 3.2x2.3 Sensitivity, v/lux.sec@550 nm: 1.5 Video recording: limited Location: ocular tube (not eyepiece) Spectral range: 400-650 nm Exposition: ERS White balance: auto/manual Exposure control: auto/manual Slot: USB 2.0, 480 Mb/s System requirements: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8, Mac OS, Linux 2.6*; USB port Software: Levenhuk ToupView (Levenhuk Image Editor for Mac and Linux) Software language: Levenhuk ToupView (Windows): EN, FR, DE, PL, RU, ZH, TR;Levenhuk Image Editor (Mac and Linux): EN * Levenhuk Image Editor for Linux was compiled on Ubuntu 10.04 with kernel 2.6.32-50-generic-pae.